For those of you tired of the same old Ford and Chevy rods, perhaps this 1934 Plymouth Coupe will be a breath of fresh air. Long, low, and sleek, you can see where the Prowler gets its handsome good looks, and with a gorgeous the interior and a rumbling fuel-injected small block V8 it's more than just a unique look.
The Viper Red body is in fantastic condition, with the kind of fitting that can take home the trophies. As mentioned before, the Plymouth name alone will attract attention in the pre-war crowds, but you can also appreciate some great styling touches it brings. For example, when the big louvered hood is shut in place, there is a great style line that starts near the headlights and runs all the way down the body until it flows into the rear. There's bright work in all the right places, including the tall waterfall grille, headlight surrounds, hood vent trim, door handles, and of course those flashy Boyd Coddington wheels. It's all finished in an aggressive red shade mixed by the experts at Dupont, and the pros that applied it to the body also opted for some expert pinstripes that can be found both outside and inside the streetrod. It's the kind of paintwork that looks like this car is meant to be shown, and the way it lays on the lines of this 5-window back up this impression.
The tasteful red interior uses modern leather bucket seats and makes the cozy coupe feel spacious, not claustrophobic like some hotrod 5-windows we've seen. The wide seats that make the most of the floor space is a big part of it, and even six-footers can get comfortable behind the wheel. A tilt column also helps, and it's fitted with a woodgrained banjo wheel from Grant that almost looks like it was born there. Attractive cream-colored gauges VDO gauges give it a vintage look and the woodgrained instrument panel ties together nicely with the wheel and Vintage Air HVAC controls. The carpets are plush and barely looks stepped on, and the leather and tweed door panels are slick and the lower tweed panels match the design of the custom headliner. And since this car was built for cruising and ideally suited to road trips, there's also a nicely finished trunk upholstered to match the interior. Man, what a dialed-in cabin!
A GM 350 cubic inch LT1 V8 lives under the Plymouth's pointed nose and once you get over your Chevy-in-a-Mopar fixation, you'll realize it's an awesome choice. Reliable, powerful, and easy to service, this rod is built to drive. You also won't be ashamed to open that louvered hood, because there are custom valve covers that look amazing, neat, clean wiring, and lots of chrome pieces to make it stand out against the red car. Little things suggest the builder went the extra mile, like the smoothed firewall and the headers that tuck in tight to the block. A THM 700R4 automatic transmission feeds a 10-inch rear end, and while everything was beautifully painted/chromed and highly detailed underneath, you can see that this one was built to drive, not just sit on a trailer. A power rack-and-pinion front suspension with coilovers works with trailing arms out back, and it includes power disc brakes up front for safety. Gorgeous Boyd Coddington chrome wheels keep the slick hot rod look and allow it to wear staggered 215/45/17 front and 255/55/17 rear performance radials for the perfect stance.
If you're a Mopar fan or just a fan of being a little different, this awesome Plymouth is a head-turner with plenty of premium features. So hurry up on this distinct and irresistible hot rod, because it likely won't last long. Call now!